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Agent Q, Caviart Ally Take PASS

Published: August 12, 2017 10:52 pm ET

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Caviart Ally and Agent Q both posted their second victories in Pennsylvania Sire Stakes competition for three-year-old pacing fillies, winning their divisions of the third preliminary leg Saturday, August 12 at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono.

Caviart Ally brushed to the lead with a :26.2 split for driver Andrew McCarthy, then held off a late charge from Way Bettor, who was making her first Sire Stakes start for Hall of Fame trainer Bob McIntosh, by a neck in 1:51, a lifetime mark. Inverse Hanover was another three-quarter lengths back in third.

A daughter of Bettor’s Delight, Caviart Ally broke in the first prelim, then won in her second Sires start at The Meadows. With this victory she now has a career bankroll of $324,075 for trainer Noel Daley and Caviart Farms.

Agent Q won her initial Sire Stakes outing at Philly and continued her winning ways Saturday with a 1:50.4 triumph in the other Sires Stakes division. She was moved to the lead past the quarter by driver Scott Zeron and defeated early-leader Bettors Up by one and three-quarter lengths, with Idyllic Beach another three-quarter lengths back in third.

Aaron Lambert is the trainer of Agent Q, with earnings of $853,679 for Martin Scharf, Rochetti Cassar Racing, and Robert Muscara.

(With files from PHHA/Pocono)

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